Do you know 68% customers want to get rid of vendors by whom customers don’t feel cared? Yes, it is true. As there are many services which can fulfil your needs but only a few are successful & liked by customers which really care about customers and think of building a trustworthy relationship. A trustworthy … Read More Support- A Key to success for Printers
“The technology you use will not impress anyone but the experience you gave with your technology will surely impress everyone.” OLA Cabs has justified the statement with its outstanding performance in online transportation industry. Are you struggling to become OLA of the industry? Below the blog you will know what is stopping you to be … Read More Do you want to become OLA of Printing Industry?
Every printer starts his business to grow, but lot of small printers are confused, as they want to grow but don’t have enough resources to increase sales or handle production. Earlier printers differentiated themselves investing in machines, but today non-printers are growing faster than printers, as machines are not the only way to grow. SME … Read More SME Printers biggest worry – Where and when to invest?
Last week I wrote a blog post about the Indian printer’s story in which the printer was worried about his child’s admission and the conversation directed towards the business prospect of investing in w2p. Now next question for Parents is how to select right school for child? And for printer, how to select right W2P/Print … Read More Is choosing a RIGHT web to print similar to choosing RIGHT children’s education?
I was in conversation with one of Indian Printers who was worried about getting admission for his child in Pre-K grade and very interesting interaction came up, that how education is a key to create a strong foundation for a child and similarly how business software is critical to create processes and consistent growth in … Read More How Investing in Child’s Education is similar to investing in Print Order Management Software (w2p)?
W2P/Print Order Management Solution do it yourself portal to simplify ordering & reordering and automate order management by passing on all details to MIS to further optimize the production. Whereas Print MIS is helping Printers to automate and optimize internal processes like estimation, production and material information etc. OnPrintShop has reduced order processing time by … Read More OnPrintShop Collaborates with 4 Leading Print MIS to solidify the online Print Industry
Before getting into the success zone there are many hurdles and pain points. Today when automation has taken over the world there are many printers who are struggling with the manual process of printing. Due to manual process or not well defined web to print solution they struggle with outcomes. Here are various challenges faced … Read More Bang up jobs of 2017- W2P Success Stories Before the Year Ends!
The path of success is well defined everywhere but where you go wrong and you fail is more important. It is always good to know your strengths but it is even better to know your weaknesses. Many printers use a web to print because they know about its benefits but they have no idea about … Read More Top 6 things printers fail to analyze before using W2P
One can classify corporate according to their Print Ordering needs. One type of corporates have implemented ERP (for eg. SAP, Ariba, PeopleSoft or cXML or OCI procurement) and want to manage print approval process internally on their ERP, and don’t want to go on any external third party e-commerce ordering platform. Platform, internal ordering and … Read More OnPrintShop helps PSP’s engage large corporates integrating Punch Out2Go / Birch Street
Rapid printing based out of Kelowna, Canada celebrating its 35th year delivering communication solution to client and not just print. Since 17 years they have had online website with capability to only provide quote and upload file, which is no more able to meet their growth needs. Their major challenge was day to day operations, … Read More PSP achieves major success in reducing 90% manpower required to process print orders